Why I’m AOA Board-Certified

"Being board certified is a MUST," says Jennifer Caudle, DO

April 19, 2017
Jennifer Caudle, DO
Jennifer Caudle, DO

Name: Jennifer Caudle, DO

Specialty: Family Medicine

City: Stratford, NJ

School: Rowan University School of Osteopathic Medicine (formerly UMDNJ)

Why do you think it’s important to become board-certified?

Being board certified is a MUST in today’s healthcare environment. It signifies your competency as a physician and demonstrates that your knowledge and experience meet national clinical standards.

Why did you choose AOA board certification?

I chose to train as an osteopathic physician. Being AOA board-certified reflects my commitment to the unique principles and philosophies of osteopathic medicine.